Source code for traitsui.ui_traits

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""" Defines common traits used within the traits.ui package.

from pyface.ui_traits import (
from traits.api import (

from .helper import SequenceTypes

# -------------------------------------------------------------------------
#  Trait definitions:
# -------------------------------------------------------------------------

# Orientation trait:
Orientation = PrefixList(("vertical", "horizontal"))

# Styles for user interface elements:
EditorStyle = style_trait = PrefixList(
    ("simple", "custom", "text", "readonly"), cols=4

# Group layout trait:
Layout = PrefixList(("normal", "split", "tabbed", "flow", "fold"))

# Trait for the default object being edited:
AnObject = Expression("object")

# The default dock style to use:
DockStyle = dock_style_trait = Enum(
    desc="the default docking style to use",

# The category of elements dragged out of the view:
ExportType = Str(desc="the category of elements dragged out of the view")

# Delegate a trait value to the object's **container** trait:
ContainerDelegate = container_delegate = Delegate(
    "container", listenable=False

# An identifier for the external help context:
HelpId = help_id_trait = Str(desc="the external help context identifier")

# A button to add to a view:
AButton = Any()
# AButton = Trait( '', Str, Instance( '' ) )

# The set of buttons to add to the view:
Buttons = List(
    AButton, desc="the action buttons to add to the bottom of the view"

# View trait specified by name or instance:
AView = Any()
# AView = Trait( '', Str, Instance( 'traitsui.view.View' ) )

# FIXME: on AButton and AView: TraitCompound handlers with deferred-import
# Instance traits are just broken. The Instance trait tries to update the
# top-level CTrait's fast_validate table when the import is resolved. However,
# sometimes the CTrait gets copied for unknown reasons and the copy's
# fast_validate table is not updated although the TraitCompound's
# slow_validates table is modified.

# -------------------------------------------------------------------------
#  'StatusItem' class:
# -------------------------------------------------------------------------

[docs]class StatusItem(HasStrictTraits): #: The name of the trait the status information will be synched with: name = Str("status") #: The width of the status field. The possible values are: #: #: - abs( width ) > 1.0: Width of the field in pixels = abs( width ) #: - abs( width ) <= 1.0: Relative width of the field when compared to #: the other relative width fields. width = Float(0.5) def __init__(self, value=None, **traits): """Initializes the item object.""" super().__init__(**traits) if value is not None: = value
# ------------------------------------------------------------------------- # 'ViewStatus' trait: # -------------------------------------------------------------------------
[docs]class ViewStatus(TraitType): """Defines a trait whose value must be a single StatusItem instance or a list of StatusItem instances. """ #: Define the default value for the trait: default_value = None #: A description of the type of value this trait accepts: info_text = ( "None, a string, a single StatusItem instance, or a list or " "tuple of strings and/or StatusItem instances" )
[docs] def validate(self, object, name, value): """Validates that a specified value is valid for this trait.""" if isinstance(value, str): return [StatusItem(name=value)] if isinstance(value, StatusItem): return [value] if value is None: return value result = [] if isinstance(value, SequenceTypes): for item in value: if isinstance(item, str): result.append(StatusItem(name=item)) elif isinstance(item, StatusItem): result.append(item) else: break else: return result self.error(object, name, value)
# ------------------------------------------------------------------------- # 'ATheme' trait: # -------------------------------------------------------------------------
[docs]def convert_theme(value, level=3): """Converts a specified value to a Theme if possible.""" if not isinstance(value, str): return value if (value[:1] == "@") and (value.find(":") >= 2): try: from .image.image import ImageLibrary info = ImageLibrary.image_info(value) except: info = None if info is not None: return info.theme from .theme import Theme return Theme(image=convert_image(value, level + 1))
[docs]class ATheme(TraitType): """Defines a trait whose value must be a traits UI Theme or a string that can be converted to one. """ #: Define the default value for the trait: default_value = None #: A description of the type of value this trait accepts: info_text = "a Theme or string that can be used to define one" def __init__(self, value=None, **metadata): """Creates an ATheme trait. Parameters ---------- value : string or Theme The default value for the ATheme, either a Theme object, or a string from which a Theme object can be derived. """ super().__init__(convert_theme(value), **metadata)
[docs] def validate(self, object, name, value): """Validates that a specified value is valid for this trait.""" from .theme import Theme if value is None: return None new_value = convert_theme(value, 4) if isinstance(new_value, Theme): return new_value self.error(object, name, value)
# ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- # Other trait definitions: # ------------------------------------------------------------------------- # The spacing between two items: Spacing = Range(-32, 32, 3)